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>>> good evening americans. less than 24 hours after winning arizona and michigan mitt romney takes ohio. rick santorum and his pet rock are in tennessee. president obama is cleaning both of their clocks. this is "the ed show" let's get to work. let's talk about jobs, the president failed. >> mitt romney escaped michigan with a win. he can't escape the truth. >> you have folks say the real problem what we disagree with is the workers, they made out like bandits. even by the standards of this town that is a load of you-know-what. >> bob shrum on the fight for the middle class votes on super tuesday. and ezra klein on the fuzzy math in mitt romney's budget. >>> the republican war on women's health is exploding in washington. >> 2.8 million jobs are at stake and we're debating birth control. let's beat the blunt amendment it's a disaster. >> the radical blunt amendment is up for a vote. big name republicans are running away from the legislation. we'll have the latest. >>> incredible numbers show scott walker is in for the fight of his life. >>> franklin graham has seen the light. >> do
: good evening. i'm bret baier. mitt romney held serve on his home court in michigan and swept through arizona in two crucial primary wins tuesday. now romney and the three g.o.p. challengers focus on washington state saturday and super tuesday next week. we begin the coverage with chief political correspondent carl cameron in ohio. >> with a slim 3.2-point win in michigan, mitt romney arrived in ohio, the crucial test six days from now on super tuesday. 11 states will hold contests. >> a big night last night for me. i was pleased. good news. >> michigan's 30 delegates up in the air but will be shared. >> we had a better night than reported we ran dead even in michigan. the really important part, delegates. that is what this is about. we are going to walk out of michigan with 16 delegates. he is going to walk out of michigan with 16 delegates. [ applause ] >> michigan g.o.p. officials not yet a gaited all the delegates. to date, romney has 165 overall. rick santorum, 85. gingrich, 32. ron paul, 19. it takes 1144 to win. super tuesday offers 166, the biggest day yet -- 466. the biggest
. donald trump has been asked by mitt romney to go out to ohio and campaign for him. >> is that right? >> yeah. he did some work, made some calls in michigan. >> i love donald, but i think it's a bad move. it shows weakness and you're bringing the carnival. wrong move. bad move. >> what are you talking about? >> bad move. >> what's the carnival? >> i love donald, but if you're a serious political guy, shouldn't have to need donald trump. >> i don't understand. >> willie geist, the latter day abraham lincoln. >> i'm out of here. >> tomorrow, a big show on education tomorrow. stick around for chuck right now. >>> politics, the senate sinks into good old-fashioned take that mode. fights over birth control coverage, precisely why moderates like o liolympia snow feel there's no room for them anymore. >>> romney's campaign says he didn't understand the question. what's this pattern of romney roiling over some remark within hours of a big primary win. >>> and a look back at how rick santorum rocketed through the ranks of pennsylvania politics. and how did he go from winning four in a row to
off tonight, people running for president. romney knows the business stuff. did the guy ever take an american history course? did he ever learn anything to say about this country if you just won a presidential primary? you're running for president of the united states, mr. romney, not for national consultant. and, yo, rick, senator santorum, you got the stump speech down. it's really solid. all economics now, real stuff. just lose that throw-up line about jack kennedy for good. anyway, on to ohio for both of them and no excuses now. they've both got to win. if neither santorum nor romney was the big winner last night, who was? you could say president obama, whose standing in both states has risen while the gop candidates were trashing each other. >>> plus, what are we to make of olympia snowe's decision to quit the united states senate? yes, it's becoming more toxic. from a purely strategic point of view, it means the democrats have a better chance of keeping control of that body. >>> did the republicans not learn their lesson from the contraception fallout or just not care? the g
. >>> romney's campaign says he didn't understand the question. what's this pattern of romney roiling over some remark within hours of a big primary win. >>> and a look back at how rick santorum rocketed through the ranks of pennsylvania politics. and how did he go from winning four in a row to getting clobbered by double digits? good morning, it's thursday, march 1st. let's get right to my first read of the morning. ten states vote on tuesday with the big prize being ohio. but this morning, we do have new results to report from wyoming. the 11th state that hands out a couple of delegates on super tuesday. romney won wyoming non-binding precinct straw poll. 39% of the voter over rick santorum, only about 2,100 republicans participated. smaller than the average cpac straw poll. it is simply an indicator of how the state may vote in its upcoming townee and state conventions, where 26 of the 29 delegates will be bound. we also have our final results from michigan. and it is a romney/santorum split. 15 each. wednesday morning, santorum declared michigan a tie. by mid afternoon, he challenged report
, this is wednesday february 29, 252 until the 2012 presidential election. romney beat santorum in the arizona primary while he tie loses counts but ties delegates in michigan. in the classroom, if you get 15, and the other guy gets 125 you're even. ifin politics,. >> it was a big night for me last night for me. i was very pleased. arizona and michigan right next door. >> right next door in super state ohio where he was this morning, where he's behind and he repeated the mantra that he won last night. >> we didn't win but a lot but we win by enough. that's all that counts. romney dominating in arizona beating santorum as expected by 20 points. santorum thanking his michigan supporters last night. >> the people of michigan looked into the hearts of the candidates and all i have to say is i love you back. [applause] >> santorum then claiming the split today. >> we actually won half of the congressional districts, so we are going to walk out of michigan with 15 dell gets and he's going to walk out with 15 delegates. >> projecting when the votes are tallied, santorum will be right. the g.o.p. primary le
that you did not cross. the well-oiled weather vain that is mitt romney didn't get the memo. a reporter in ohio asked a simple question. do you support the blunt amendment? in the case of a severely conservative candidate, one would expect the appropriate response. >> i'm not for the bill. >> you're what? >> i'm not for the bill. >> he's flipped back to reality. well, for a moment. he always turns back into the pumpkin. >> i didn't understand his question. i thought he have talking about a state law that prevented people from getting contraceptions. >> conservatives have heard this one before. on all matters conservative mitt appears to struggle with his team's play book. on coach reagan, there's this. >> i was an independent during the time of reagan-bush. i'm not trying to return to reagan-bush. >> i can't think of anything that ronald reagan stood for that isn't just as applicable today. >> nancy and friends may have trouble with that one. >> there's video tape of you going back years speaking about different issue, climate change, abortion, immigration, gay rights, how can voters tr
, actually. unsurprisingly, those running for president and specifically we'll talk about mitt romney, have had a tricky time with this. mitt romney yesterday saying for about an hour that he did not support the blunt amendment, and then reversing course abruptly, an hour or so later, saying he would. it is a classic mitt romney move, is it not, michael steele? >> why me? >> we give you the softballs. >> i prefer notorious, probably will be after this answer. but, no, i think, yeah, for me, i think it was an honest moment, to be quite frank about it. and you know, that's what happens in politics. i've been there! you know, when you say that you speak truth -- or at least how you feel, feel about it, and i can't, you know, figure out what's in his head at the moment, but then the backtrack from it. my thinking is, look, what's the downside? you know, if you're the presumed nominee, this is going to only serve to your benefit in november, going into the fall. but, that's, of course -- >> i'm sorry, what is the benefit of going back and forth? >> not going back and forth, but i'm saying if he
of the dead. it's an unbelievable story. don't miss that. also, mitt romney won last night but he's still in big trouble. >> that's just not going to happen. >> but if it did could you support that, if it did? >> they're still talking about contested conventions, you know why? romney might be in huge trouble on super tuesday. we'll show you why in a second. fox news goes after hollywood but guess what hollywood fights back. >> is he doing a good job. >> yes he is. he's the president of the united states. >> way to correct on that, clooney. we're also going to tell you why fox news should be criminally investigated. that's a very important story as well. that's all on tonight's program. and guess what, it's go time. ♪ >> all right last night we had michigan and arizona. what happened? well, mitt romney, he pulled it out. but if you were watching rick santorum you might not have been able to tell. listen to rick santorum's speech were last night. >> we're much better tonight in michigan than maybe was first reported. we had--you know what, this was a really great race to go into in a sens
sport for president. >> romney. >> they still haven't solved it yet. my question to you first, is this helping or hurting the g.o.p.? >> helping. >> go ahead. >> you are doing the work for the democratic party right now. >> you really think so. >> absolutely. vetting is best. >> you are getting it all out now and the democrats are going to have a hard time making it stick. >> i know you are a republicans so you can follow directions, so go ahead. >> i think rick santorum is one guy who can take the general election because he is really likable. everyone else is stone and plastic. >> i asked you a questions about the republicans and you go right to a candidate. so does that suggest that you are only going to vote for rick santorum? >> no. >> anybody but obama. >> it's helping the candidates because they are getting hit everything but the kitchen sink. >> they are being honed like a prime razor. >> they are going to show a divided republican party. >> let's stick with the facts. more of you support mitt romney. on independent has dropped ten points in the last six weeks, that do
by a lot but we won by enough and that's all that counts. >> bill: governor mitt romney now has momentum but john mccain says all the negative campaigning is hurting both him and the republic party. >> i have been in very tough campaigns, i don't think i have seen one that was as personal and as characterized by some attacks as these are. >> bill: mitt romney will be here. >> have you been to mcdonald's lately? >> i'm not laughing, damn it, i'm not laughing, and, damn it, don't you laugh. because they are killing you with your taste buds. >> bill: louis farrakhan telling african-americans not to eat at mcdonald's. why? >> you don't understand satan. >> dennis miller who does understand the prince of darkness. >> ha ha ha ha. >> dick morris, dennis kucinich and ann coulter will all analyze the primary vote last night. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. no talking points memo this evening because we have governor mitt romney standing by. as you
another tur in michigan. polls are tight between mitt romney and rick santorum, despite the fact that michigan is mitt romney's home state. tonight actress and film maker jennifer westfeldt is here. she is the director and star the new film "friends with kids." debbie dingell and jennifer westfeldt coming out. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it is a place to gather with your community to make everyday better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: a quick look ahead to what is coming up here this week. tomorrow i will be joined by singer-songwriter sinead o'connor. she is out with an acclaimed new cd, that maybe her most personal project to date. i will be joined by two of the leading heart experts for an in- depth conversation on ways we can improve our heart health. despite all of the improvements in medicine, heart disease remains the no. 1 cause of death across america. we will have a conversation on a supreme court review on a major vote -- a major affirmative action case. those who support affirmative acti
the carnage speaks out. rick santorum says mitt romney failed a critical conservative gut check. if your boss opposes contraception can he or she make sure your health plan won't sure your health plan won't cover it? -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> we're hearing the first humble words of a hero football coach who helped stop the shooting rampage at ohio's chardon high school. three students died, two others were hurt. it was coach frank hall who chased the accused gunman off campus. >> to the victims families i want to say i'm sorry. my thoughts and prayers are still with you. to the families of danny, demetrius, and russell, i want want you to know i was with them. i prayed with them. i wiped their tears. i know god was with them. i don't know why this happened, i only wish i could have done more. i'm not a hero, just a football coach and a study hall teacher. >> coach hall is a hero. the suspect, t.j. lane, is facing three counts of aggravated murder among other serious charges. cnn's ted rolands was at the high school the first time the students returned since the attack. >> repo
. tell us the results. >> we at fox news can project that mitt romney will easily win arizona. >> jon: yes, romney wins arizona by 9:00! finally a primary night that ends early. going to bed without having to wait up and think about all the... >> in michigan, romney's native state, he holds a slight lead over santorum but it's too early to project. >> jon: michigan! (laughter) oh, i'm michigan! (laughter) i'm slow in my primary results! i'm your upper peninsula. (laughter) i got my results in early. you're not densely populated! well you're not densely... (laughter). (cheers and applause) >> jon: for you kids at home that didn't understand what just happened, my hand just (bleep)ed. (laughter) yes, as it turned out, michigan was not called until well after 10:30 p.m. which meant the 24-hour networks had some time on their hands. of course, being serious news networks and realizing in the grand scheme of things a near tie in a state primary that assigns delegates proportionately isn't all that important, they filled that time with in-depth reports on syria and the geopolitical ramifica
woman, a husband and a wife. >> romney said he was not for the bill and then he said he was m misunderstood. >> after his consultants talked to him and then he came back and said i didn't understand the question. >>> conservative andrew breitbart is dead after the age of 43. he was behind several big political stories that sparked plenty of outrage. new details on how he died. >>> the president's dinner proved po be touching and a little funny. >> i came because i was expected to duet tonight. i thought maybe we were going to hear you and my irish friend sing, mr. president. i'm betting down. >>> i'm tamron hall. the "news nation" is following the knock down of senator roy blunt's amendment that would allowed employers to cover certain health services. the volt was 51-48 against the measure. the debate was intense, personal and even times came down to gender. >> we have men on the other side of the aisle here for the most part with a little assist telling women what their rights should be. i cannot believe this battle. >> the united states senate had 83 women and 17 men rather
economy and the american experiment. but first up, we're going to sizzle with mitt romney who sizzled in a comeback in michigan and also swept arizona. he snags victory from the jaws of defeat and i think he did it by touting his supply side tax and economic growth plan. we're going to get to our panel in a moment. but first up, robert costa of the national review with all of the latest h. good evening, bob costa. >> look, mitt romney got the momentum out of michigan, but it's a more complicated story. he split the delegates. 30 delegates in michigan, santorum walks away with 15, romney walks away with 15. so romney got the momentum, he wrote his tax cut, his big speech on friday, into victory in michigan by a couple of points, but in super tuesday, santorum's not out of this hunt. >> what does romney have to do to stay on message? i agree with you that tax cuts and santorum's miserable performance on extreme culture war, i think the tax cuts did it. what does he got to do, bob costa? >> look at what he said last night in his victory speech. it was a speech that really focused on the
presidential race as well with romney and santorum being questioned about this and throwing elbows over that response. it's likely not to go away. there was a defeat for this amendment today, but speaker boehner said he would like to find a bipartisan answer that would not be quite so politically charged. >> thank you very much. the vote is unlikely to go away, the fight is unlikely to go away. senator blunt says the issue will continue. he says there's broader issue regarding the coverage and what it mandates. joining me now to discuss it more, democratic senator. for many men and women they see the comments by members of the senate and think about the ratio of how few women are there to represent the voice of women compared to the men who are in congress. what do you make of the comments regarding gender in the senate today. >> the vote was 51-48. there were an awful lot of men who voted to table the blunt amendment today. i hope that we can now put this issue aside. we can get back to the bill that we're supposed to be working on which is highway funding, investing in our infrastruct
on to democracy 2012. more good news for mitt romney. he seems to be gaining some momentum nationally. we have more about that poll. el low -- hello, emily. >> reporter: mitt romney up eight points. rick santorum down 106789 the only place there's no change is newt gingrich. he hasn't moved anywhere over the past week. it's been awhile since he picked up a primary win and his time may be running out. >> thank you to everyone in south carolina who decided to be with us. >> reporter: january 21st, newt gingrich stormed past mitt romney. >>> the primary really matters. >> 10 states head to the polls including georgia. he's hoping a victory there can turn things around. >> governor romney can raise more money. he can go to wall street. >> reporter: gingrich's biggest challenge may not come from the front-runner. >> you know what? we're doing all right. >> reporter: rick santorum is having more success than newt gingrich. he fought romney to the end. >> i'm a conservativetive. >> reporter: gingrich has his work cut out for him. come super tuesday, it's all or nothing. >> thank you. >> reporter: rig
increased his favorability by 20 points. mitt romney has to figure out a way to win a campaign positively. >> rose: we conclude this evening with william shatner of ""star trek"" and movie and television fame and now on broadway in a one-man show. >> i go to the door, and it's a little boy. yes. he says are you "captain kirk?" i said, "yeah." ( laughter ) he says, "is this your spaceship?" ( laughter ) and i recognized the thing standing on the-- on-- and this thing on the moon. "yeah." "can i come in and see your spaceship, captain kirk?" "come on in." ( laughter ) take him to the stove. ( laughter ) ( applause ) this is where i guide the spaceship. "oh, ." >> can i make a point at at my age my life might have some meaning and since we ask ourselves in varies ways who am i and what am i doing-- and that's a rhetorical question because there is no answer-- if i present to you some of these fact can you give me an answer? so became this magnificent-- i hope-- obsession of doing this one-man show in such a manner that it would be effective and well received and bring in an audience. >> rose
social issues, contraception, etc. and mitt romney committing gaps that only emphasize how wealthy he is and perhaps out of touch with the average voter. those are the kind of stereotypes that don't help them at all. it helps president obama. >> rick santorum was speaking on the campaign trail. you know he likes to talk. i heard one mention of the economy. for sure he barely mentioned the economy. he talked about social issues and obama care. here is what mitt romney said about it yesterday. >> rick santorum is a nice guy but an economical light weight. he doesn't understand what it takes to make an economy work on a personal basis. >> good message for mitt romney do you think? >> i think romney is getting dragged down by this, as well. there has always been a gender gap between democrats and republicans. already it seems to be expanding this year. i think that as long as santorum keeps talking and republicans keep talking about issues like the contraception mandate and blunt amendment which snared romney himself and the ultrasound issues that have come up, i wonder if that is not goi
shows santorum did split evenly the state's 30 delegates with mitt romney. santorum says if mitt romney can't win decisively in his homestate his entire candidacy needs to be re-evaluated. >> we won michigan last night by coming out of michigan with 15 delegates out of 30 delegates in mitt romney's homestate. being outspent 6-1. we went into his backyard. he spent a fortune, money he had no intention of spending, and we came out of there with the same number of delegates as he does we are in great shape. we're excited about what will happen on super tuesday. we went into michigan. i doen't know if you're listening, we went into michigan and pulled off the impossible. >> mitt romney arguing democrats are responsible for santorum's strong finish in michigan. >> they got the news from michael moore to barack obama's team to frankly rick santorum as well saying go play mischief in the republican party vote against mitt romney and try to give this to rick santorum. they don't want to face me in the fall. they would rather face rick santorum, so they came in large numbers and voted for rick.
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